31-Day Blog Challenge! Day 16: Top of My Bucket List

A “bucket list” is a list of all the goals you want to achieve, dreams you want to fulfill and life experiences you desire to experience before you die. — Celestine Chua, founder of Personal Excellence 

So of course a bucket list should be pretty big, since life is so big. To keep it short and sweet, I offer:

Top of the Professional Bucket List for Jeni Gall —

  1. I would like to co-teach a Yoga Teacher Certification. This accomplishment will be the culmination of my 20 year connection to yoga, my talent and passion for teaching movement, and my professional expertise as a physical therapist. It will mean I am giving back in the arenas I know and love – yoga, movement, injuries, breathing, neuroscience, and preventative medicine.
  2. I want to present on the TED stage. In case you don’t know, TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading great ideas and sparking conversation, usually in the form of short, powerful talks of 18 minutes or less. (TED.com) To present on the TED stage would mean that I had faced every public speaking fear, and that my contribution to health, science, and movement was worth sharing. So awesome.

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Look at that pretty stage. (Image courtesy of Mashable.com)

 

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Thanks for reading – Jeni Gall

 

 


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2 replies
  1. Grace LaConte
    Grace LaConte says:

    This is such a great list! I’m a huge TED Talk aficionado and have the same terror yet burning desire to speak at a TED Talk someday. I’ll definitely sign up for a yoga class once you’re certified!

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    • Jeni Gall
      Jeni Gall says:

      Hi Grace – May you find yourself on the TED stage!

      The goal for yoga is to co-teach a certification course for yoga instructors, or to work with those already certified who are learning new things for continued competency. I do occasionally offer Movement Labs and workshops geared toward yoga students- stay tuned!

      Thanks for the comments – Jeni Gall

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